Category Archives: Exhibitions

ARTISTS IN CONVERSATION: DONNA EDDIE’S TEXTILE HABITATS

Round bubbles floating up the gallery wall, pom pommed pillows nesting on shelves and puffy glyphs floating about in boxes, these latest offerings from the artist Donna Eddie appear in intimacies and dichotomies a group show comprised of Donna, Christine Wiltshier, Lisa … Continue reading

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Cut From the Same Cloth

Leah Mariani’s series of work portrays a close relationship and the bond between people we care about by using fashion as a method, depicting patterns and colours in a colourful manner. It is heartwarming to see two people side by … Continue reading

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REVAMPING NAN’S GANG

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Wish I was there too

Elise Newton reflects on curator, Talia Smith’s show Wish you were here It has become in time clichéd and perhaps downright unnecessary to comment on the reality that social media, in its near-endlessly varied forms, has become a source of … Continue reading

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ARTISTS IN CONVERSTAION: BENJAMIN STONE-HERBERT’S DREAMS

We stand in the completed hang in gallery 3. Benjamin mentions a dream. The dream starts in a warehouse he used to make work in. They often received high electricity bills and suspected the downstairs ceramics studio of chewing up … Continue reading

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Installing with Pamela Leung

  Yesterdays basket weaving class filled the air with the smell of incense – setting the mood for a chilled out install day. Downstairs Pamela Leung installed her work Red Journey 7 (Ava) in the arcade as part of the group … Continue reading

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The Moving Home – Chris Ka Leung Li

Chris Ka Leung Li is one of our studio artists upstairs and we’re really excited to have some of his works exhibited on the gallery lightbox! It’s fascinating to see how he’s incorporated tarantula spiders and found materials (Campbell Soup can … Continue reading

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